Whistler has many options to help residents and visitors get where they are going safely and efficiently. Whistler roads are managed for all weather conditions and many alternatives to driving are available.

Whistler Transit operates a public bus service that is partly funded by the Resort Municipality of Whistler, and the Valley Trail is a 40-kilometre long multi-use trail for commuting and recreation opportunities.

For information about transportation improvements and recommended changes to parking in Whistler visit the Enhancing Transportation page. 

Bus to, from and around Whistler

Leave the driving to someone else. Learn more about the public bus service operating within Whistler or find a shuttle bus to get to and from Whistler.

Active travel

Whistler has many car-free ways to get around. Find out everything you need to know to walk, bike or take the bus around town.

Car travel

Learn more about the climate impacts of passenger vehicles,  electric vehicle charging station locations, parking and road information.


Learn about getting around Whistler, including venue accessibility, transportation, maps, support services and more.

Transportation projects

Find out more about the latest maintenance and improvements to Whistler’s transportation system.

Transportation policies and research

Whistler’s transportation system is integral to the livability and success of Whistler as a resort community. Learn more about short term and long term improvements in the Transportation Action Plans.

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For Visitors Frequently asked questions

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